NZCER has been contracted by the Ministry of Education to develop an online tool for schools to support them to explore the extent to which school practices are inclusive of all students. The Inclusive Practices Tools (IPT) will support primary and secondary school leaders to collect data from their school community for the purposes of self-review.
This research investigates the extent to which Year 4 to 10 students view themselves as capable learners of mathematics, how their views change over time, and how these views are associated with their achievement in mathematics.
This longitudinal NZCER project has tracked the development of a group of learners from when they were in early childhood education, through school and into adulthood. Over the years, its findings have been well used in policy and practice.
This kaupapa Māori research project responds to criticisms that research in the field of Māori education is often not determined by whānau or for whānau. This is particularly the case for whānau and Māori communities at the ‘chalk face’ working in Māori education. This project puts whānau voices centre-stage. This study is being guided by the overarching goal of bringing together the collective wisdom, aspirations, and experiences of whānau. It is based around a collaboration with other Māori education researchers, and communities committed to Māori educational aspirations.
The findings from this study have built a collaborative Māori-led and whānau-informed research agenda for Te Wāhanga, NZCER over the next 5 years.